https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfT9FpQg8Q8&feature=emb_logo Mentoring programs are focused on recruiting and engaging volunteers as mentors, but is there potential for volunteers to support our programs in other ways? Learn how to maximize the potential of your volunteers beyond mentoring, and engage them in recruiting other mentors and mentees, supporting fundraising and events, and much more. We’ll also discuss how to manage volunteers in these
The Annie E. Casey Foundation Presents: Moving Mental Health Systems from Perpetuating Disparities to Promoting Culturally Relevant Healing
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btU-2411ppw&feature=emb_logo The 60-minute webinar builds on the findings and recommendations in The Color of Justice: The Landscape of Traumatic Justice for Youth of Color in Conflict with the Law, a report issued in 2019 by an alliance of mental health organizations: the Association of Black Psychologists, the National Latinx Psychological Association, the Society of Indian Psychologists, the Asian American Psychological Association and
https://youtu.be/msgn1SZaG-w This workshop will provide practical ways to integrate the fields of Mindfulness and Happiness. The goal is to provide balanced self-care solutions which may also be shared with others in your life or work.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QzF5D3096o&feature=emb_logo The Collaborative Mentoring Webinar Series is funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention through the National Mentoring Resource Center and facilitated in partnership with MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership. You will learn how to increase a student’s persistence rate and having support as they navigate the college system can impact completion rates. Lead them to learn about funding opportunities
MENTOR & The MBK Alliance Webinar 6: An Introduction to the Supporting Young People in the Wake of Violence Guide
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftsLR7hGOf0&feature=emb_logo Many young people are exposed to violence and traumatic events in their childhoods, but they’re often not equipped to process these experiences. While mentors are not mental health professionals, they do have the unique opportunity to open a supportive dialogue with young people that affirms their experiences, fosters a sense of safety, and helps them cope with their emotions. In